50-60-211. Inspections. (1) The construction of a public building or alteration to a primary function area of a public building must be inspected for physical accessibility to persons with disabilities.
(2) The inspection must include the building site, including applicable exterior features, such as parking areas, passenger loading zones, private sidewalks, and the accessibility from adjacent public sidewalks, public streets, and public transportation stops.
(3) (a) The inspections must be completed by state building inspectors in areas not covered by a county, city, or town building code.
(b) (i) Counties, cities, and towns that have adopted a building code may assign appropriately trained personnel to perform site inspections conducted pursuant to this part.
(ii) Counties, cities, and towns conducting inspections pursuant to this section must have an enforcement mechanism in place to ensure compliance with the accessibility provisions of this part, including but not limited to denying building permits or certificates of occupancy, injunctions, or other civil enforcement procedures allowed by law.
(4) Existing public buildings that are not undergoing an alteration to a primary function area are not subject to the inspection provisions of this section.